Hotel Make Up Remover Wipes (100 per case) HOT NEW PRICING! As low as 19¢ each!

Custom Amenities Inc

$23.95 

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Have you ever purchased expensive, high-quality towels for your hotel or rental property, only to find them soiled with mascara, foundation or other makeup stains? Our 100 Case Pack Makeup Remover Wipes are designed to offer your guests a convenient, effective way to clean their face without ruining your beautiful hotel face towels.

Individually wrapped to ensure a moist, hygienic, cloth each and every time, your guests are going to LOVE them... And so will you, when you see how many towels you will save!

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Case Pack: 100

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